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The Canticles of the Christian Church: Eastern and Western in Early and Medieval Times
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The Canticles of the Christian Church: Eastern and Western in Early and Medieval Times

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Cambridge University Press 1914

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Overview

The Canticles of the Christian Church: Eastern and Western in Early and Medieval Times was written to address the need for scholarship on the Canticles’ original manuscripts. James Mearns saw the insufficient articles on the Church Fathers’ original writings as a call to action, and after pouring over every available manuscript, he produced these articles. The text examines Greek, Graeco-Latin, Arabic, Armenian, Coptic, Ethiopic, Georgian, Persian, Slavonic, Syriac, Latin, and Monastic Canticles. Scholars of church history and those interested in hymns, psalms, and Canticles will find this text a useful addition to their digital library.

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Key Features

  • Examines the Greek, Eastern, Latin, and Western Canticles
  • Provides an index of nonscriptural Canticles, hymns, and creeds
  • Studies the original manuscript of each Canticle

Product Details

  • Title: The Canticles of the Christian Church: Eastern and Western in Early and Medieval Times
  • Author: James Mearns
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication Date: 1914
  • Pages: 105

About James Mearns

James Mearns was the vicar of Rushden in Buntingford. His other work is Early Latin Hymnaries: An Index of Hymns in Hymnaries before 1100.

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